Kristin Bennecker reflects on her recent time spent in the Tacloban City Jail, where she taught, shared food, and was moved by the faith of the women in the jail who are opening themselves up to life change from the Lord.
Cannon Cameron, manager of NOVA Birth Services, reflects on the necessity for all those on this side of Jesus' birth to engage in making room for mothers in need, particularly the poor, who have no access to what they need in their most vulnerable hour.
Simon Njeru reports from Kenya about the successes he and his brother have had teaching their neighbors how to grow food and create safe stoves, leading to education for dozens of more neighbors each month.
Cannon Cameron reports on the our recent Maternal Health trip to the Philippines where the team conducted 7 events in 6 days to educate and encourage young ladies, mother-to-be and midwives in the Tacloban City area.
Clark Miller writes from the Philippines about the work being done by volunteers who have been studying God's word at our Tahanan Community Center and are finding ways to actualize the teachings of Jesus in their community.
Jesus promises that if we hunger and thirst to do what is right that we will be filled. As we all know, hungering and thirsting means that there is always something more to go after. But along the way, as we trust the LORD through this process, we can experience fulfillment.
We all have moments in life when we feeling like we are slipping and we're not sure what to do. The Bible teaches us a couple things: come before God and bring our struggles before our brothers and sisters.